Nissan High Performance Centre Announces Amnesty Program for Imported GT-R Units
The Nissan GT-R is considered by car aficionados to be the best bang-for-the-buck street-legal racing machines in the world. That’s why it has earned the title, ‘Super Sports Car.”
Many Nissan GT-Rs have been imported into the Philippines via the gray market—which means there’s no after market support for this great machine by a reputable service provider. Given the acquisition cost, why wouldn’t anyone who owns one want the best technical and mechanical service available for maintaining their GT-Rs in top condition?
There’s good news, though, for owners of the R32 to R35 models. Nissan Quezon Avenue (which is under MGM Motors Inc.)—recently appointed the first Nissan High Performance Centre (NHPC) in the Philippines—is offering the first-ever Amnesty Program for imported GT-R units.
As an NHPC, Nissan Quezon Ave. is the only authorized seller and service center of the 2017 Nissan GT-R. This service center has diagnostic tools and state-of-the-art body aligner dedicated fully for GT-Rs. They are also uniquely qualified to render the best service in the country to older GT-R models.
If they acquired their units via the gray market prior to September 16, 2016, owners of Nissan GT-R32, GT-R33, GT-R34, and GT-R35 units now have the opportunity to register these in the NHPC Amnesty Program until October 15, 2016 with WAIVED Aftersales Enrollment Fee.
Registration entitles owners of these units to order original, warrantied parts for their GT-Rs through the Nissan Quezon Avenue NHPC. They will also be able to use the same facilities as locally purchased GT-Rs—and best of all, they can avail themselves of practically the same after-sales services as GT-R owners who acquired their units through the NHPC.
Also, for those GT-R owners who resides in the provincial locations will be serviced by NHPC technician within their territory to ensure premium and quality service. Additional charges will be discussed upon the completion of the services.
MGM Motors, Inc. and Autohub Group of Companies CEO and President Willy Tee Ten notes that they are confident of giving the best service for GT-Rs because they have invested in state-of-the-art facilities, the proper special tools, and technicians trained by Japan-based Masuhiro Tsukadaira technicians.
Nissan Philippines Inc. President and Managing Director Ramesh Narasimhan commented that they are confident in the NHPC’s service capacities for the legendary super sports car—after all, it was the only dealer in the country to pass a rigorous screening process, and MGM Motors Inc. has vast experience in handling premium vehicles.
Interested owners of the relevant GT-R models can register at the Nissan Gallery NHPC at 138 Quezon Avenue, Tatalon, Quezon City or call the NHPC hotlines at (632) 731-5308 and (63917) 8051608. Owners located in the provinces can conveniently register through the NHPC hotlines.
After October 15, 2016, GT-R owners can still enroll their vehicles in the special aftersales program at the regular rate provided the vehicles came in on or before the Amnesty Period ends.
Different aftersales enrollment rate applies to GT-Rs that will arrive in the Philippines from October 16, 2016 onwards.